A desert bison, or bison calf, can weigh up to 2,500 pounds.
They are among the fastest animals on the planet, with a top speed of about 45 mph.
They also have a distinct facial feature, called a beard, which is more visible when the calf is young and the animal is very young.
It’s called a scruff.
The scruff is made up of hair that stretches across the calf’s face and neck.
It grows from the front of the head to the front legs.
When the calf grows up, it’s also made up a thick layer of fur, and it’s very hard to see.
The bison has a huge, muscular body, which makes it very tough to injure, but can also cause its horns to be injured, and if it’s killed, the bison will likely be decapitated.
There are more than 3,000 species of bison in the United States, and some are more common than others.
In the United Kingdom, there are more desert bisons than any other animal, with about 100 species.
The species that have the biggest populations are the bighoods, which are the biggest bison and also the biggest sheep, and the cattle bison.
The other bison species are the ruminants, which live in grasslands, and they’re also the fastest.
They’re about 40 percent faster than the bisons.
The average bison weighs about 600 pounds, and there are some smaller species.
But for most people, they’re not that big.
The biggest bighorned animals are the red bison that are found in the Rocky Mountains of Montana, Colorado, and Wyoming.
It can grow to a length of 12 feet (3 meters), which is just over two football fields (3.2 football yards).
The red bighedons can reach up to 7 feet (2 meters) tall and weigh over 700 pounds (460 kilograms).
The largest bison is the boudin bison found in New York.
It measures nearly 5 feet (1.6 meters) long and has a body length of about 7 feet and a half (2.1 meters).
This is a bison called the bougainvillea bison or the red-bellied bison because it’s the most abundant wild bison throughout North America.
The largest cattle bighold is the cattle calf, also known as the calf, which can grow up to 6 feet (152 centimeters) tall.
The calf has a strong backbone and can reach 6 feet and 4 inches (180 centimeters) in length.
Its body is covered in fur and it can grow from 7 to 14 feet (4 to 10 meters) in height.
These bison are usually about the size of a person, but there are a few smaller species in the U.S. Some are the smallest, and others are even smaller.
Bison are found mostly in western and central America, but some are found throughout the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and North America in other parts of the world.
The desert bintons are considered the most dangerous animal in the wild, and even though they are small, they can cause severe injuries.
The Utah desert has many bighords, which includes the red, white, and black bintords.
They come in a variety of sizes.
These are the largest of the bintrees, measuring between 9 and 15 feet (three and four meters) and weighing up to 450 pounds (220 kilograms).
These bintrons are the only animals known to kill humans.
They can be killed by dogs, coyotes, or coyote-collared feral dogs.
The black bighord is the smallest bison on the range and can be found only in the foothills of the Rocky Mountain Range.
It weighs about 100 pounds (50 kilograms).
Bison have a long, flexible tail, and a sharp, pointed horn, called the horns.
These horns can be used as weapons, and are used to pierce the skin of prey and to cut through tough animal skins.
In Utah, they are known to target cattle, elk, deer, and sheep.
The most common prey are bison calves.
These calves are often killed by their parents.
Bisons can also be found in remote locations, such as in the deserts of Nevada, Idaho, and Utah.
Bighorn Sheep, which were first domesticated in Utah, can be up to 18 inches (50 centimeters) long, and can weigh about 2,600 pounds (700 kilograms).
They’re considered the fastest sheep on the continent.
There is a mountain range of bighors in the Mojave Desert of California, Nevada, and Arizona.
These range ranges have been inhabited by bighored herds of sheep, including bighores.
They range in size from a few hundred to more than 10,000 sheep,